What is the value of regional cerebral saturation in post-cardiac arrest patients? A prospective observational study

Shared from: RESEARCH What is the value of regional cerebral saturation in post-cardiac arrest patients? A prospective observational study The aim of this study was to elucidate the possible role of cerebral saturation monitoring in the post-cardiac arrest setting. This is well worth a read through... Critical Care 2016 20:327 Published on: 13 October 2016... Continue Reading →

O2 or Dex….what worsens the wound?!

See this link to an article in the BJA regarding the use of the, 'loved by all', anti-emetic Dexamethasone. Everyone thinks that the use of hyperbaric O2 helps would healing....the footballer in the hyperbaric chamber phenomenon!! Maybe not.....also, steroid usage is controversial, particularly where wound healing is concerned. Our anti-emetic doses may not be an... Continue Reading →

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